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How to Feed Your Baby Solid Foods

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It's one of the few things that many parents find they're unprepared for. And nobody ever really warns you about it. You have to be ready to learn how to feed your baby solid food when the time comes. And while the act itself sounds simple, it's important that you inform yourself of certain factors that go into the feeding process. To learn more about it, just simply continue reading below. We've compiled a small list of things you need to keep in mind as you're about to feed your baby.

Get The Proper Equipment For Eating

First and foremost, it's important that you equip yourself with the right products to feed your baby. Your standard plates and utensils aren't going to cut it for your baby. Babies can be fussy little mess makers. And they often exemplify this the most as they're eating. If you hand them food on a standard dining plate, they'll probably push it off onto the floor. And you don't ever want to hand them regular utensils. If you give them something like a fork, it can prove to be dangerous to their wellbeing.

Before the baby arrives, you want to ensure you have everything you need to accommodate for them. And when it comes to feeding, you essentially want to make sure you have at least the bare necessities (bib, high chair, etc). Take a browse through some of RPP Kids inventory. You'll find that we already have a lot of the equipment you already need to help feed your children. 

Is Your Baby Ready to Eat Solid Foods?

Typically, after 6 months of birth, your baby is ready to eat solid food. But, to have a deeper understanding of when they should be ready, we've listed some signs below:

  • Watch your infant closely next time you feed them. Is their tongue-thrust reflex gone? This reflex, which prevents young infants from choking also causes them to push food out of their mouths. When it disappears, it helps your infant-child to wean from the breast or bottle and to starting eating other types of food.
  • Is your baby able to keep his or her head up without your support? If they can keep their heads straight by themselves, then they're ready. In order to eat solid food, an infant needs good head and neck structure/control in order to sit up properly.
  • Has your child developed an interest in food? If so, then they're likely ready. When a 6-month-old child begins to stare and grab for food, it signifies that they're ready for some variety on their platter.

Through these signs, you should be able to indicate if your child is ready. However, it's always good to get your doctor's approval if you can. More so, if your child still seems frustrated and/or uninterested in the introduction of solid food, wait a few days or even weeks before trying again.

Feed Your Baby When They're Ready

With most newborns, they'll often need to eat roughly 12 times a day (one feeding every two or three hours) and they'll send you signals. Pay close attention to your child; if they're moving their hands to their mouth, sucking on their fingers, and/or smacking their lips, they're probably ready to eat. Fussing and crying are also other cues, and the sooner you start each feeding, the more smooth each feeding will go.

If they stop suckling, close their mouth, or turn away from the nipple or bottle, they're either full or are taking a break. Try burping your baby or wait at least a minute before you offer your breast or bottle again.

Tips For Feeding Your Baby Solid Foods

When you begin feeding your child solid food, it's important that they're a little hungry, but not so hungry that he or she is upset. To be extra careful to ensure they don't get fussy, you may want to breastfeed them a bit or provide the usual bottle. And when you do begin to feed them solid food, it's important that you have your child sit upright. Support them as they sit on your lap, or if they sit well on their own (as most 6 month infants are able to do) place them in a high chair with a safety strap. If you are without a high chair at the moment, you can order a quality one at Rooms For a Prince and Princess HERE.

As you begin to lift the spoon to your child's face, let them smell and taste it before you put the whole spoonful in their mouth. They might reject the first spoonful, which is totally normal for most young infants. And if they do reject it, just wait a minute and try again. Most foods that are offered to your child at 6 months will end up on the baby's chin, bib, or high-chair tray. Again, this is totally normal and will happen from time to time.

Typically, when you introduce a new food item to your child, you should introduce a new one after roughly 5 days. This is to make sure that the food you've fed your child doesn't cause an allergic reaction, diarrhea, rash, or anything of the sort. If you haven't noticed any negative effects caused by a new food item after 5 days, go ahead and introduce a new one to them.

Know What Foods Are Off Limits

While you should always seek a doctor's advice as to what to feed your baby, there are food items that should likely be avoided. If you or your significant other have a history of food allergies, speak to your doctor. In some cases, the risk for a peanut allergy often comes from when young children begin eating peanut products early. Your doctor will advise you on how to introduce such foods to your child.

Also, it's highly recommended that you don't give honey to your baby until after their first birthday. Honey contains spores that are harmless to adults but it can cause botulism in babies. Moreover, don't give your child cow's milk either until they're 1 year old. It doesn't have the nutrition that infants need.

Order Your Baby Feeding Products From Rooms For a Prince & Princess Today!

Through many years of provided service, RPP Kids has granted many customers quality baby products for new parents. And they've also been able to help many parents with feeding their child as well. When you browse through our inventory, you'll see quite a few bibs and high chairs for sale. But moreover, you'll also see many high-end products that will help you raise the best child you could possibly raise. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

Read more

How to Feed Your Baby Solid Foods

Posted by RPP KIDS on

It's one of the few things that many parents find they're unprepared for. And nobody ever really warns you about it. You have to be ready to learn how to feed your baby solid food when the time comes. And while the act itself sounds simple, it's important that you inform yourself of certain factors that go into the feeding process. To learn more about it, just simply continue reading below. We've compiled a small list of things you need to keep in mind as you're about to feed your baby.

Get The Proper Equipment For Eating

First and foremost, it's important that you equip yourself with the right products to feed your baby. Your standard plates and utensils aren't going to cut it for your baby. Babies can be fussy little mess makers. And they often exemplify this the most as they're eating. If you hand them food on a standard dining plate, they'll probably push it off onto the floor. And you don't ever want to hand them regular utensils. If you give them something like a fork, it can prove to be dangerous to their wellbeing.

Before the baby arrives, you want to ensure you have everything you need to accommodate for them. And when it comes to feeding, you essentially want to make sure you have at least the bare necessities (bib, high chair, etc). Take a browse through some of RPP Kids inventory. You'll find that we already have a lot of the equipment you already need to help feed your children. 

Is Your Baby Ready to Eat Solid Foods?

Typically, after 6 months of birth, your baby is ready to eat solid food. But, to have a deeper understanding of when they should be ready, we've listed some signs below:

  • Watch your infant closely next time you feed them. Is their tongue-thrust reflex gone? This reflex, which prevents young infants from choking also causes them to push food out of their mouths. When it disappears, it helps your infant-child to wean from the breast or bottle and to starting eating other types of food.
  • Is your baby able to keep his or her head up without your support? If they can keep their heads straight by themselves, then they're ready. In order to eat solid food, an infant needs good head and neck structure/control in order to sit up properly.
  • Has your child developed an interest in food? If so, then they're likely ready. When a 6-month-old child begins to stare and grab for food, it signifies that they're ready for some variety on their platter.

Through these signs, you should be able to indicate if your child is ready. However, it's always good to get your doctor's approval if you can. More so, if your child still seems frustrated and/or uninterested in the introduction of solid food, wait a few days or even weeks before trying again.

Feed Your Baby When They're Ready

With most newborns, they'll often need to eat roughly 12 times a day (one feeding every two or three hours) and they'll send you signals. Pay close attention to your child; if they're moving their hands to their mouth, sucking on their fingers, and/or smacking their lips, they're probably ready to eat. Fussing and crying are also other cues, and the sooner you start each feeding, the more smooth each feeding will go.

If they stop suckling, close their mouth, or turn away from the nipple or bottle, they're either full or are taking a break. Try burping your baby or wait at least a minute before you offer your breast or bottle again.

Tips For Feeding Your Baby Solid Foods

When you begin feeding your child solid food, it's important that they're a little hungry, but not so hungry that he or she is upset. To be extra careful to ensure they don't get fussy, you may want to breastfeed them a bit or provide the usual bottle. And when you do begin to feed them solid food, it's important that you have your child sit upright. Support them as they sit on your lap, or if they sit well on their own (as most 6 month infants are able to do) place them in a high chair with a safety strap. If you are without a high chair at the moment, you can order a quality one at Rooms For a Prince and Princess HERE.

As you begin to lift the spoon to your child's face, let them smell and taste it before you put the whole spoonful in their mouth. They might reject the first spoonful, which is totally normal for most young infants. And if they do reject it, just wait a minute and try again. Most foods that are offered to your child at 6 months will end up on the baby's chin, bib, or high-chair tray. Again, this is totally normal and will happen from time to time.

Typically, when you introduce a new food item to your child, you should introduce a new one after roughly 5 days. This is to make sure that the food you've fed your child doesn't cause an allergic reaction, diarrhea, rash, or anything of the sort. If you haven't noticed any negative effects caused by a new food item after 5 days, go ahead and introduce a new one to them.

Know What Foods Are Off Limits

While you should always seek a doctor's advice as to what to feed your baby, there are food items that should likely be avoided. If you or your significant other have a history of food allergies, speak to your doctor. In some cases, the risk for a peanut allergy often comes from when young children begin eating peanut products early. Your doctor will advise you on how to introduce such foods to your child.

Also, it's highly recommended that you don't give honey to your baby until after their first birthday. Honey contains spores that are harmless to adults but it can cause botulism in babies. Moreover, don't give your child cow's milk either until they're 1 year old. It doesn't have the nutrition that infants need.

Order Your Baby Feeding Products From Rooms For a Prince & Princess Today!

Through many years of provided service, RPP Kids has granted many customers quality baby products for new parents. And they've also been able to help many parents with feeding their child as well. When you browse through our inventory, you'll see quite a few bibs and high chairs for sale. But moreover, you'll also see many high-end products that will help you raise the best child you could possibly raise. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

Read more


Choosing The Right Toys For Your Baby

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As trivial as it may seem, choosing the right toys can be a difficult thing to do when you're bringing home a new member of the family. But it can be made easy once you educate yourself on what toys are most appropriate and can keep your children occupied for hours on end. And if you're looking to start right away in buying some new toys for your baby, then continue reading below. Keep these factors in mind as your shopping for toys for your little tyke.

Safety

First and foremost, the most important thing you need to keep in mind when you're thinking of buying a toy is how safe it is. You don't want to get something that has too many moving parts or is too complicated. Usually, products like that have many small components and they can pose as choking hazards. Especially to young infants.

Stick to something that you know will be safe for your kids. Pick something that won't be disassembled easily and has an easy function.

Simplicity

Coinciding with safety, choose something that's simple in use. Buying a toy that simply works just by pulling a string is one good instance. It ensures that your young child won't put themselves at danger while playing with their new toy.

Also, despite safety, simple toys will be needed for young children who aren't developed enough to use complicated components. It's important that you give your child something simple to play with. The reason being that if you give them something that has more features to toy with, you'll be accelerating their brain development too fast. You want their developmental stages to progress smoothly and not too quickly.

If you happen to have a young infant, you might be interested in purchasing RPP Kids Spin Again toy. It's easy to use and it's safe since its components are too big to be considered choking hazards.

Toys That Will Grow With Your Baby

Choosing a toy that will grow with your baby is one of the most difficult things you can do while out shopping. You really need to consider what toy you can get that will be kept and appreciated by your young child for many years. Usually, the ideal minimum amount that parents want their kids to hold their toys onto for is 5 years. 

If you ever feel stumped about which long-lasting toy you should choose, a plush animal is often an easy start. Plush animals are typically appreciated for years by young children and they often go beyond the 5-year mark. RPP Kids has quite a bit of plush animals, so you should be able to find one that's right for your kid.

Age Appropriate

Your child will only love the toy as much as they can master its function. You should always choose a toy that's appropriate for your child's age. Somewhat coinciding with the "simplicity" factor of toys, if the toy is too overly-complicated, then your child won't be able to appreciate it.

Take, for instance, a child who is under 6 months old. Infants can be easily fascinated with movement and sounds. Their bodies are developing and they will work on their hand-eye coordination. So it's best that you buy them toys such as rattles, pull-string sound makers, mobiles, and other items of the sort. Giving them a toy - like a take-apart and build-again toy, for example - would be too advanced for them.

Shop at Rooms For a Prince & Princess For The Best Toys

If you're unsure of where to begin when it comes to toy shopping for your young child, start at RPP Kids. We have plenty of toys for you to browse through involving plush animals, engaging books, and much more. We also have a plethora of baby products to help you become the best parent that you can be. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

Read more

Choosing The Right Toys For Your Baby

Posted by RPP KIDS on

As trivial as it may seem, choosing the right toys can be a difficult thing to do when you're bringing home a new member of the family. But it can be made easy once you educate yourself on what toys are most appropriate and can keep your children occupied for hours on end. And if you're looking to start right away in buying some new toys for your baby, then continue reading below. Keep these factors in mind as your shopping for toys for your little tyke.

Safety

First and foremost, the most important thing you need to keep in mind when you're thinking of buying a toy is how safe it is. You don't want to get something that has too many moving parts or is too complicated. Usually, products like that have many small components and they can pose as choking hazards. Especially to young infants.

Stick to something that you know will be safe for your kids. Pick something that won't be disassembled easily and has an easy function.

Simplicity

Coinciding with safety, choose something that's simple in use. Buying a toy that simply works just by pulling a string is one good instance. It ensures that your young child won't put themselves at danger while playing with their new toy.

Also, despite safety, simple toys will be needed for young children who aren't developed enough to use complicated components. It's important that you give your child something simple to play with. The reason being that if you give them something that has more features to toy with, you'll be accelerating their brain development too fast. You want their developmental stages to progress smoothly and not too quickly.

If you happen to have a young infant, you might be interested in purchasing RPP Kids Spin Again toy. It's easy to use and it's safe since its components are too big to be considered choking hazards.

Toys That Will Grow With Your Baby

Choosing a toy that will grow with your baby is one of the most difficult things you can do while out shopping. You really need to consider what toy you can get that will be kept and appreciated by your young child for many years. Usually, the ideal minimum amount that parents want their kids to hold their toys onto for is 5 years. 

If you ever feel stumped about which long-lasting toy you should choose, a plush animal is often an easy start. Plush animals are typically appreciated for years by young children and they often go beyond the 5-year mark. RPP Kids has quite a bit of plush animals, so you should be able to find one that's right for your kid.

Age Appropriate

Your child will only love the toy as much as they can master its function. You should always choose a toy that's appropriate for your child's age. Somewhat coinciding with the "simplicity" factor of toys, if the toy is too overly-complicated, then your child won't be able to appreciate it.

Take, for instance, a child who is under 6 months old. Infants can be easily fascinated with movement and sounds. Their bodies are developing and they will work on their hand-eye coordination. So it's best that you buy them toys such as rattles, pull-string sound makers, mobiles, and other items of the sort. Giving them a toy - like a take-apart and build-again toy, for example - would be too advanced for them.

Shop at Rooms For a Prince & Princess For The Best Toys

If you're unsure of where to begin when it comes to toy shopping for your young child, start at RPP Kids. We have plenty of toys for you to browse through involving plush animals, engaging books, and much more. We also have a plethora of baby products to help you become the best parent that you can be. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

Read more


How to Choose a Baby Stroller

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As drastic as it may sound, it's important that you choose a baby stroller that caters to both you, and (most importantly) to the baby's needs. By not making the proper decision in which stroller you want, you end up paying too much out of pocket for a stroller that doesn't benefit you a whole lot. Moreover, you also end up with a stroller that doesn't benefit your infant child. And so, if you're unsure of how you should choose one, then continue reading down below to get an idea of what factors you should consider when choosing a stroller.

How to Choose a Baby Stroller

Baby strollers are one of the most common and popular items you'll see on a registry. And when you create a registry of your own, you'll most definitely want to add one to it. But in a lot of cases, it's difficult to know which stroller is best. So to help you soon-to-be-parents out there, we've compiled a small list of factors below to keep in mind when deciding on a baby stroller.

Price

If you're about to become a first-time parent, you'll come to a realization that strollers are really expensive. And this can cause a major shock or even dent in the bank when you buy one. But there's no need to worry. There are budget strollers that you can purchase. Some of which are sold here at Rooms For a Prince And Princess, for as little as $500. Click HERE to browse through some of them.

While affordability is nice, you don't ever want to pay for a low price baby stroller. Purchasing a low priced item usually indicates that you're providing yourself with a lackluster one. And you don't want to have your child riding in a poorly structure baby stroller. Ensure that the stroller you're purchasing is valuably priced and is of sound structure and durability.

Weight

Most baby strollers weight in at about 10 to over 30 pounds. A light stroller isn't necessarily a bad choice to make when you're out shopping for one. Light strollers are easier to carry and are somewhat more manageable. If you're the type of parent who will take their child out with them as they're shopping or you will be going to any sort of place with a lot of people, then a light stroller is a good option.

But if you're looking for durability and strength, you'll definitely want a heavier one. Heavier baby strollers have stronger wheels are often made for jogging. Whenever you're going out for a run with your child, you'll definitely want a baby stroller of this type. But be wary, these are not the type of strollers you should use when you're out in public with many other people closeby. They're difficult to handle in tight spaces or even when you're on public transport.

Fold

Some strollers are made to allow users to fold in an easy one-handed motion - allowing total collapse. But with others, folding requires that you remove some of the wheels. If you're the type that likes to travel often, you'll find that an easy-fold baby stroller is the right choice for you. Easy fold baby strollers allow the user to collapse them within a matter of seconds and can be stored in the car when you're taking your child on the go.

If, however, you find that you'll be pretty stationery with your child, then a hard-fold baby stroller is the better option for you. You won't need to collapse the baby stroller as often and you'll also find that most hard folds are also very durable, so you won't have to worry about it weakening.

Shop at Rooms For a Prince & Princess For The Best Baby Strollers

When you find yourself needing a quality baby stroller for your infant child, there is no better business to purchase one than from Rooms For a Prince And Princess. Rooms For a Prince And Princess have provided their high-end products to countless patrons all throughout South Florida and the rest of the nation. If you find that you need a strong and durable infant product to accessorize your nursery, accommodate for your child's needs, or to accommodate for your parental needs, you can trust Rooms For a Prince And Princess. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

Read more

How to Choose a Baby Stroller

Posted by RPP KIDS on

As drastic as it may sound, it's important that you choose a baby stroller that caters to both you, and (most importantly) to the baby's needs. By not making the proper decision in which stroller you want, you end up paying too much out of pocket for a stroller that doesn't benefit you a whole lot. Moreover, you also end up with a stroller that doesn't benefit your infant child. And so, if you're unsure of how you should choose one, then continue reading down below to get an idea of what factors you should consider when choosing a stroller.

How to Choose a Baby Stroller

Baby strollers are one of the most common and popular items you'll see on a registry. And when you create a registry of your own, you'll most definitely want to add one to it. But in a lot of cases, it's difficult to know which stroller is best. So to help you soon-to-be-parents out there, we've compiled a small list of factors below to keep in mind when deciding on a baby stroller.

Price

If you're about to become a first-time parent, you'll come to a realization that strollers are really expensive. And this can cause a major shock or even dent in the bank when you buy one. But there's no need to worry. There are budget strollers that you can purchase. Some of which are sold here at Rooms For a Prince And Princess, for as little as $500. Click HERE to browse through some of them.

While affordability is nice, you don't ever want to pay for a low price baby stroller. Purchasing a low priced item usually indicates that you're providing yourself with a lackluster one. And you don't want to have your child riding in a poorly structure baby stroller. Ensure that the stroller you're purchasing is valuably priced and is of sound structure and durability.

Weight

Most baby strollers weight in at about 10 to over 30 pounds. A light stroller isn't necessarily a bad choice to make when you're out shopping for one. Light strollers are easier to carry and are somewhat more manageable. If you're the type of parent who will take their child out with them as they're shopping or you will be going to any sort of place with a lot of people, then a light stroller is a good option.

But if you're looking for durability and strength, you'll definitely want a heavier one. Heavier baby strollers have stronger wheels are often made for jogging. Whenever you're going out for a run with your child, you'll definitely want a baby stroller of this type. But be wary, these are not the type of strollers you should use when you're out in public with many other people closeby. They're difficult to handle in tight spaces or even when you're on public transport.

Fold

Some strollers are made to allow users to fold in an easy one-handed motion - allowing total collapse. But with others, folding requires that you remove some of the wheels. If you're the type that likes to travel often, you'll find that an easy-fold baby stroller is the right choice for you. Easy fold baby strollers allow the user to collapse them within a matter of seconds and can be stored in the car when you're taking your child on the go.

If, however, you find that you'll be pretty stationery with your child, then a hard-fold baby stroller is the better option for you. You won't need to collapse the baby stroller as often and you'll also find that most hard folds are also very durable, so you won't have to worry about it weakening.

Shop at Rooms For a Prince & Princess For The Best Baby Strollers

When you find yourself needing a quality baby stroller for your infant child, there is no better business to purchase one than from Rooms For a Prince And Princess. Rooms For a Prince And Princess have provided their high-end products to countless patrons all throughout South Florida and the rest of the nation. If you find that you need a strong and durable infant product to accessorize your nursery, accommodate for your child's needs, or to accommodate for your parental needs, you can trust Rooms For a Prince And Princess. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

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What You Need in Your Diaper Bag

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It can always be difficult knowing how to be prepared for any situation involving your newborn infant child. There are many factors that are involved and when it comes to diaper changing, you have to be especially ready for when the time comes. But fear not, with the proper diaper bag - one that you can purchase from Rooms For a Prince and Princess - you can supply yourself with the right equipment. And if you're wondering which items you should be carrying in your diaper bag, then continue reading below for some advice.

First & Foremost, Diapers!

There's not much explanation needed for why you need this item, it's pretty obvious. Diapers will be needed to replace stinky ones that are filled up by the baby. "But how many do I need?", you might be wondering. Well, that all depends on the baby's age and how long you'll be away from your home. On average, you'll probably need to change your baby's diaper every two hours. So if you're away from home for 10 hours, you should at least have 15 diapers. It seems excessive but it's always better that you're overprepared and not underprepared.

Wipes

Always carry one full package of wipes in your diaper bag. And try to look for specific wipe packages that have an easy dispenser. This way you have a case that's easy to use with no hassle as your handling your child's diaper change.

Diaper Changing Pad 

Many Diaper Bags already come with a changing pad of their own. And if you find that you're satisfied with the already included changing pad, there's no need to replace it. In Rooms For a Prince and Princess's diaper bag inventory, you'll find we already supply many diaper bags with changing pads.

Diaper Disposal Bags

It's no secret that diaper changes can be messy and smelly. And it's for those reasons that we can't stress enough how important it is you have a diaper disposal bag. Most come in convenient rolls. You just need to pull one out, drop in the dirty diaper, and tie it off. They're also helpful in the case that your baby has ruined their current outfit and you need to dispose of that, too.

Alternate Outfit

As mentioned above, your infant child could possibly ruin the current outfit they're wearing right now. So it's always best that you carry an alternate outfit with you when this happens.

Other Miscellaneous Items

Other items will be needed based on your child's needs as well as yours. If you're feeding your child formula, then you'll want to make sure you're carrying the right products/equipment to feed home formula. And the same thing applies to if you're breastfeeding your child as well. Furthermore, you'll also want to fill your diaper bag with personal equipment, too. You'll need to provide yourself with items that will supply you with comfort and leisure when you're handling your child.

Shop at RPP Kids For The Best Diaper Bags & Other Similar Items

When you're in need of an exceptional diaper bag or other product to accommodate for your infant child, there's no better business in all of Boca Raton than Rooms For a Prince and Princess. We've provided Florida residents, as well as residents in other states, with the most high-end young child products that you can't find anywhere else. We're more than confident that when you choose us, you won't be disappointed with our products and services. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

 

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What You Need in Your Diaper Bag

Posted by RPP KIDS on

It can always be difficult knowing how to be prepared for any situation involving your newborn infant child. There are many factors that are involved and when it comes to diaper changing, you have to be especially ready for when the time comes. But fear not, with the proper diaper bag - one that you can purchase from Rooms For a Prince and Princess - you can supply yourself with the right equipment. And if you're wondering which items you should be carrying in your diaper bag, then continue reading below for some advice.

First & Foremost, Diapers!

There's not much explanation needed for why you need this item, it's pretty obvious. Diapers will be needed to replace stinky ones that are filled up by the baby. "But how many do I need?", you might be wondering. Well, that all depends on the baby's age and how long you'll be away from your home. On average, you'll probably need to change your baby's diaper every two hours. So if you're away from home for 10 hours, you should at least have 15 diapers. It seems excessive but it's always better that you're overprepared and not underprepared.

Wipes

Always carry one full package of wipes in your diaper bag. And try to look for specific wipe packages that have an easy dispenser. This way you have a case that's easy to use with no hassle as your handling your child's diaper change.

Diaper Changing Pad 

Many Diaper Bags already come with a changing pad of their own. And if you find that you're satisfied with the already included changing pad, there's no need to replace it. In Rooms For a Prince and Princess's diaper bag inventory, you'll find we already supply many diaper bags with changing pads.

Diaper Disposal Bags

It's no secret that diaper changes can be messy and smelly. And it's for those reasons that we can't stress enough how important it is you have a diaper disposal bag. Most come in convenient rolls. You just need to pull one out, drop in the dirty diaper, and tie it off. They're also helpful in the case that your baby has ruined their current outfit and you need to dispose of that, too.

Alternate Outfit

As mentioned above, your infant child could possibly ruin the current outfit they're wearing right now. So it's always best that you carry an alternate outfit with you when this happens.

Other Miscellaneous Items

Other items will be needed based on your child's needs as well as yours. If you're feeding your child formula, then you'll want to make sure you're carrying the right products/equipment to feed home formula. And the same thing applies to if you're breastfeeding your child as well. Furthermore, you'll also want to fill your diaper bag with personal equipment, too. You'll need to provide yourself with items that will supply you with comfort and leisure when you're handling your child.

Shop at RPP Kids For The Best Diaper Bags & Other Similar Items

When you're in need of an exceptional diaper bag or other product to accommodate for your infant child, there's no better business in all of Boca Raton than Rooms For a Prince and Princess. We've provided Florida residents, as well as residents in other states, with the most high-end young child products that you can't find anywhere else. We're more than confident that when you choose us, you won't be disappointed with our products and services. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

 

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How to Get Your Baby to Sleep in The Crib

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Your infant seems ready to sleep just about anywhere except for the crib. You can take them for a car ride, a stroll through the park, or even hold them gently in your arms, and they'll fall asleep almost instantaneously. Yet, for some reason, they won't sleep when they're placed in the crib. You might be wondering why this is so and how you can properly accommodate your infant in order for them to sleep gently. If you're struggling with this issue then continue reading below to learn how to get your baby to sleep in the crib.

Why Won't They Sleep?

First, in order to get them to sleep, the most important thing to recognize is why they aren't falling asleep. 

When your infant was still in the womb, they were living in a safe space and were adjusted to the environment at the time. They were constantly warm and were surrounded by calming movements and white noise. Now that they're out and sleeping in a crib, the environment is totally unfamiliar to them and it's difficult for them now to get rest unless they're near their mother.

But no worries. By keeping the following factors in mind, you can have your baby sleeping soundly in no time.

How to Get Your Baby to Sleep in The Crib

Remember that safety is the number one thing to keep in mind when putting your baby to sleep. When they're lying down in the crib, they must lay on their back on a firm surface, with no loose ends. For firm and optimal bedding, you can click HERE to browse through RPP Kids mattresses.

Additionally, to ensure your child stays asleep, you should consider keeping these factors in mind:

  • Dress - Dress your infant up in a sleeper. Ensure that the sleeper is snug and that there aren't any loose strings that could entangle little toes. Also, make sure that the sleeper isn't too thick. You don't want your child to get too warm during the middle of the night.
  • Temperature - A cool room is key. If your baby is overheated, their warm temperature could potentially lead to SIDS. It may benefit your child to keep a fan in the room as they sleep to ensure coolness is spread evenly throughout the room.
  • Swaddle - For additional security and warmth, a swaddle can be added. But once your child is able to roll over, you should stop swaddling immediately.
  • Noise Level - The womb was never a quiet place. There was always muffled sounds and white noise. So when you put your child to sleep in the crib, you want to replicate this. You can do that by installing an app on your smart device to play white noise in the background.
  • Lighting - It's common sense that a dark room helps put anyone to sleep. So always make sure that your infant's room is as dark as possible while they sleep. For daytime naps/sleeping, use blackout curtains. Whenever you need to check on your child as they sleep, use a low wattage bulb or a nightlight.
  • Scent - One of the most overlooked aspects of putting an infant to sleep. Your baby is very much familiar with your smell. Before you put your child to sleep, you yourself can try sleeping with the sheets, sleeper, or swaddle blanket in order to get your scent in your infant's crib.

Additional Things to Keep in Mind

As you're trying to put your child to sleep, ensure to develop a bedtime routine that guarantees that your child will sleep soundly. This doesn't have to be anything too fancy. You can just read them a book or give them cuddles and place them in the crib once they get drowsy. Once you have a good routine going, they'll for sure sleep throughout the night with little to no trouble.

Get Your Crib From Rooms For a Prince And Princess

Sometimes, your routine might just be perfect, but the crib you're placing your infant in may not be. If you wish to purchase a high-quality crib which will tremendously help in putting your child to sleep then order yours today from Rooms for a Prince and Princess. RPP Kids has served the Boca Raton area for quite some time and they've proven their worth in helping parents raise their children the right way. If you want the absolute best baby products on the market, there's no better place than RPP Kids. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

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How to Get Your Baby to Sleep in The Crib

Posted by RPP KIDS on

Your infant seems ready to sleep just about anywhere except for the crib. You can take them for a car ride, a stroll through the park, or even hold them gently in your arms, and they'll fall asleep almost instantaneously. Yet, for some reason, they won't sleep when they're placed in the crib. You might be wondering why this is so and how you can properly accommodate your infant in order for them to sleep gently. If you're struggling with this issue then continue reading below to learn how to get your baby to sleep in the crib.

Why Won't They Sleep?

First, in order to get them to sleep, the most important thing to recognize is why they aren't falling asleep. 

When your infant was still in the womb, they were living in a safe space and were adjusted to the environment at the time. They were constantly warm and were surrounded by calming movements and white noise. Now that they're out and sleeping in a crib, the environment is totally unfamiliar to them and it's difficult for them now to get rest unless they're near their mother.

But no worries. By keeping the following factors in mind, you can have your baby sleeping soundly in no time.

How to Get Your Baby to Sleep in The Crib

Remember that safety is the number one thing to keep in mind when putting your baby to sleep. When they're lying down in the crib, they must lay on their back on a firm surface, with no loose ends. For firm and optimal bedding, you can click HERE to browse through RPP Kids mattresses.

Additionally, to ensure your child stays asleep, you should consider keeping these factors in mind:

  • Dress - Dress your infant up in a sleeper. Ensure that the sleeper is snug and that there aren't any loose strings that could entangle little toes. Also, make sure that the sleeper isn't too thick. You don't want your child to get too warm during the middle of the night.
  • Temperature - A cool room is key. If your baby is overheated, their warm temperature could potentially lead to SIDS. It may benefit your child to keep a fan in the room as they sleep to ensure coolness is spread evenly throughout the room.
  • Swaddle - For additional security and warmth, a swaddle can be added. But once your child is able to roll over, you should stop swaddling immediately.
  • Noise Level - The womb was never a quiet place. There was always muffled sounds and white noise. So when you put your child to sleep in the crib, you want to replicate this. You can do that by installing an app on your smart device to play white noise in the background.
  • Lighting - It's common sense that a dark room helps put anyone to sleep. So always make sure that your infant's room is as dark as possible while they sleep. For daytime naps/sleeping, use blackout curtains. Whenever you need to check on your child as they sleep, use a low wattage bulb or a nightlight.
  • Scent - One of the most overlooked aspects of putting an infant to sleep. Your baby is very much familiar with your smell. Before you put your child to sleep, you yourself can try sleeping with the sheets, sleeper, or swaddle blanket in order to get your scent in your infant's crib.

Additional Things to Keep in Mind

As you're trying to put your child to sleep, ensure to develop a bedtime routine that guarantees that your child will sleep soundly. This doesn't have to be anything too fancy. You can just read them a book or give them cuddles and place them in the crib once they get drowsy. Once you have a good routine going, they'll for sure sleep throughout the night with little to no trouble.

Get Your Crib From Rooms For a Prince And Princess

Sometimes, your routine might just be perfect, but the crib you're placing your infant in may not be. If you wish to purchase a high-quality crib which will tremendously help in putting your child to sleep then order yours today from Rooms for a Prince and Princess. RPP Kids has served the Boca Raton area for quite some time and they've proven their worth in helping parents raise their children the right way. If you want the absolute best baby products on the market, there's no better place than RPP Kids. For any inquiries, you may call us at 561-206-6173 or visit our contact page.

Read more